Afternoon wine tasting jaunts on Newtown property are rich in history. At the Crossings Vineyards & Winery friends new and old gather together to enjoy vibrant flavors of wine paired with cheese and chocolate. A beautiful landscape sets the scene with shades of greens and purples highlighting the vineyard. The grounds are surrounded by historical significance mere steps away from where in 1776 George Washington crossed the Delaware River. Also resting on the site is the David Barton Taylor House. Listed on the Buck County Registry of Historic Places, this majestic dwelling dates back to the late 1700’s or early 1800’s. A textbook example of the Federal Architectural Style, the building adds to the quaint ambiance held by the vineyard as a whole.

Sip and Savor Stories Among Friends From Newtown Homes

A family affair, Crossings Vineyards and Winery is an effort between parents and son. Inspired by childhood dreams the Carroll family dedicated themselves to crafting quality wines. The success of their devotion is proven by the presentation of numerous awards throughout the years. Favored by residents living in Newtown homes, many make wine tasting here a regular event. Good times are guaranteed in the Tasting Room. A variety of options appeal to individual desires. One of the most popular pairings combines sips of fine wines with decadent bites of chocolate truffles or hearty cheeses. Wine tastings can also be combined with a light and delicious luncheon. Friends often choose this option for catching up and reminiscing about times gone by.

There’s always something happening on the Newtown property. Weekends find the vineyard in full swing with live performances putting forth an energetic vibe. Held Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 5 p.m. local artists make music inspiring dancing and laughter. Glasses are raised high as toasts ring out. Other events include sip and paint projects and pairing workshops such as wine and cheese or wine and chocolate. Holidays are extra special in the vineyard. Lovely candlelight dinner on Valentines Day sets a romantic mood while St. Patrick’s Day in contrast is lively and loud. Less than a mile from Washington Crossing Historic Park, the winery can be found at 1853 Wrightstown Road. Call 215.493-6500 to make a reservation.